How to be everywhere. If you are just getting in to content marketing, you may be feeling overwhelmed with all of your options. In this episode I discuss how you can make it seem like you are everywhere while putting in only a reasonable amount of effort.
Trying to build a brand for your organization? It is very important for the company to have a public facing personna, preferably the company owner or CEO or some other person in a leadership role. It could be very tempting to outsource this role, but your audience will know the difference between an authentic face of the company and an outsourced face.
One of the most frequently asked questions I receive from my digital marketing clients is what type of content should they create and how can they find their voice? In this episode of content marketing, I discuss exactly how anyone can find their voice, and most importantly, remain compliant when it comes to adhering to a content marketing plan.
In this episode, I discuss how any content creator can utilize interviews to not only create content, but to also establish a trusted relationship with a prospect.
Sales and Branding are very much tied together at the hip, but at the end of the day, should be treated completely differently. Most marketers go wrong when they create content that attempts to generate sales. What these same people should be doing is building trust (and an audience) and gradually selling to them over time.
LinkedIn is trying to emulate Facebook's algorithm adjustment strategy in order to increase user engagement on the platform. Currently, they are favoring videos uploaded natively to the platform. In this episode I discuss LinkedIn video.
It doesn't take very much additional effort to create a video for youtube, rip the audio from it and repurpose it for a podcast. Furthermore, it just takes a little more effort but still rather easy to convert that video into a 500 word blog post. Repurposing your content is one of the scalable ways to be everywhere.
Twitter has seemingly been around forever and it is very easy to use it as a push platform, but the real value comes in interacting with others, discovering new influencers in your field of interest, and providing value for the micro communities active on there.
One of my favorite books of all time is the 22 Immutable Laws of Marketing. Chapter 2 is called the Law of Category and is quite a simple concept: if you cannot be first or best in a category (in this case for content creation), you should create your own category by getting more specific.
The interviewing content strategy works great in any industry but I know from first hand experience that it works especially well in the Life Sciences industry.
In this video I discuss why you should be doing a webinar at least once per month in order to grow your email list and repurpose your content for other platforms such as YouTube, podcasts, and written articles.